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Genetic risk of heart disease may be due to low Omega 3-linked biomarker

People who are genetically more likely to suffer from cardiovascular diseases may benefit from boosting a biomarker found in fish oils, a new study suggests. In a genetic study in

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Brain research gets a boost from mosquitoes

Can a protein found in a mosquito lead to a better understanding of the workings of our own brains? Prof. Ofer Yizhar and his team in the Weizmann Institute of

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Youths with diverse gender identities bullied up to three times more than peers

Young people with diverse gender identities may be bullied and victimized up to three times more often than peers who identify as male or female, a new study of more

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Autologous adipose injection for shoulder pain in wheelchair users with spinal cord injury

A team of specialists in regenerative rehabilitation conducted a successful pilot study investigating micro-fragmented adipose tissue (MFAT) injection for rotator cuff disease in wheelchair users with spinal cord injury. They

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How imperfect memory causes poor choices

Quick: Pick your three favorite fast-food restaurants. If you’re like many people, McDonald’s, Wendy’s, and Burger King may come to mind—even if you much prefer In-N-Out or Chick-fil-A. A new

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World experts team up to improve outcomes for children after radiation therapy

Annually, more than 350,000 children in the world are affected by pediatric cancer. Radiation has improved outcomes dramatically, but the damage caused to healthy tissue can affect the long-term health

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All gas, no brakes: Testosterone may act as ‘brake pedal’ on immune response

Autoimmune diseases have something in common with horses, bachelor’s degrees and daily flossing habits: women are more likely to have them. One reason for autoimmune diseases’ prevalence in women may

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